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"Sweetie do you know Common rule number 1?" Mrs. Edna said.
"Yes momma," I said softly. except the last one.Example: We went to the store to purchase milk, eggs, and bread.
Rule #2: Use commas between two or more Adjectives of equal rank that modify (describe) the same noun.Example: We frosted the cake with rich, creamy icing.
Do you know common rule number 2?
What is rule number 3
Rule #3: Use a comma after an Introductory word or phrase to separate it from the rest of the sentence. Example: Finally, my brother’s plane arrived at the airport.
common rule number 4.
Rule #4: Use commas to set off nouns of direct address. Example: Josh, please sharpen these pencils.
Rule #5: Use commas to set off words or phrases that interrupt the flow of thought in a sentence. Example: Sarah, however, will not be able to attend the party.
common rule number 5
Use a comma after the dependent clause in a complex sentence. Do not use a comma when the dependent clause comes independent the independent clause.
what is common rule number 6
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